CBS Telenoticias has signed an agreement with Brazil's No. 2 TV network to share news coverage and production.
Steering a conservative course for pubcaster NHK's conversion to digital transmission, president Katsuji Ebisawa said Japan might not be able to support three consumer direct satellite platforms.
News Corp.'s cable sports partner, Tele-Communications Inc. affiliate Liberty Media, won't make any decision about taking an interest in the L.A. Dodgers until News completes the $350 million…
Central European Media Enterprises is to launch three more television channels as it continues to build its television presence in Central and Eastern Europe.
One of the corporate world's notable brand-management outfits, Pittard Sullivan, has formed an interactive division that will involve the company in World Wide Web site design, computer graphics…
Phoenix Pictures continues to live up to its mythic name. The company's investors are committing additional equity, thus permitting Phoenix to simplify its financial structure and step up production.
The American Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, N.Y., hosted an annual benefit honoring industry execs on Tuesday at Gotham's St. Regis Hotel, with this year's kudos going to Walt Disney Studios…
U.K. cable operator Telewest has agreed to carry an unnamed analog cable channel in return for a seven-figure sum, a deal unprecedented in the U.K. cable industry.
British Sky Broadcasting, Canal Plus, the Kirch Group and other European broadcasters have agreed to support the standardization of digital set-top box technology.
New Line Cinema, re-establishing its indie powerhouse sensibility, announced on Monday its new $400 million revolving line of credit for production financing from a group of international banks led…
CBS today will embrace a new demographic target --- 35-to-54-year-olds --- in an attempt to put a better face on its ratings.